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Serbia and the European Union: Economic Lessons from the New Member States, vol 1

Edited by Mirjana Radovic Markovic (), Srdjan Redzepagic (), João Andrade () and Paulino Teixeira

in Books from Institute of Economic Sciences

JEL-codes: F15 O52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
Edition: 1
ISBN: 978-972-9344-03-9
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Maastricht Criteria at the Age of 18: Are They Converging, Which Party and to What End? Downloads
Marko Malovic, Malisa Djukic and Srdjan Redzepagic
Ch 2 Attractiveness of Western Balkan Countries for FDI Downloads
Matija Rejec and Slavica Penev
Ch 3 Attractiveness of Serbia for Foreign Direct Investments: tendencies, Obstacles and Perspectives Downloads
Ivan Stosic, Draško Nikolić and Mihajlo Djukic
Ch 4 Accession to the European Union, Interest Rates and Indebtedness: Greece and Portugal Downloads
Pedro Bação and António Portugal Duarte
Ch 5 Financial System Integration of Serbia in the European Financial System Downloads
Zoran Grubisic, Perisa Ivanovic and Nikola Fabris
Ch 6 Harmonization of Serbian Accounting Standards with the EU Standards Downloads
Gordana Vukelic, Sonja Djuricin and Grozdana Belopavlovic
Ch 7 Credibility and Monetary Policy: The Case of Serbia Downloads
Gradimir Kozetinac
Ch 8 Cultural Barriers to Serbia Joining the European Union Downloads
Zivka Przulj and Gordana Vukelic
Ch 9 Monetary Policy and the Path to Successful Introduction of Euro in Slovak Republic Downloads
Júlia Ďurčová and Ľudmila Bartóková
Ch 10 Misconduct of the Key Policy Rate: The Case of Serbia Downloads
Branko Zivanovic, Milena Kovacevic and Una Vukoje
Ch 11 Inequality and Growth relevant Links for the Portuguese Economy Downloads
Maria Adelaide Duarte and Marta Simões
Ch 12 Financial Constraints: Lessons from the Portuguese Monetary Integration Downloads
Filipe Silva and Carlos Carreira
Ch 13 Banking Reform in Slovakia: Case of Commercial Banks and Central Bank Downloads
Marianna Sinicakova
Ch 14 How Strong Is Serbian Agriculture - Comparative Analysis of Several Agricultural Indicators of Serbia and Romania Downloads
Marko Jelocnik, Lana Ivanovic and Jonel Subic
Ch 15 Reforms in Chosen Transition Countries with Recommendations for Increasing Competitiveness Downloads
Vesna Parausic, Vladana Hamovic and Branko Mihailovic
Ch 16 Public Administration Reform in the Slovak republic and Other Related reforms – Taking Lessons of the Other EU Countrie Downloads
Lenka Horváthová
Ch 17 Multifunctional Dimension of the Serbian Agriculture Sector in the Function of Accession to EU Downloads
Ana Jasko, Nenad Popovic and Ondrej Jasko
Ch 18 Banking Sector Comparative Analysis Serbia vs EU Member States Downloads
Vlastimir Vukovic
Ch 19 Regional Policy Funds: How Prepared Is Serbia to Access European Union Regional Policy Funs? Downloads
Djuro Djuric, Vladan Ivanovic and Mladenka Balaban
Ch 20 Poland's Integration with the European Union and Its Imlication for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises Downloads
Mirjana Radovic Markovic and Imani Kyaruzi
Ch 21 EU and Serbia: SME Policy in Time of Crisis and Beyond Downloads
Isidora Beraha, Elena Baranenko and Ana Jasko
Ch 22 Reform of Accounting and Accounting Education in the Slovak Republic After the Euro Zone Accession Downloads
Radoslav Tusan
Ch 23 Education and Training Model for Implementation of E-CRM Strategy Downloads
Jovan Zubović, Ivana Domazet and Aleksandra Bradic Martinovic
Ch 24 Policy of Small Farms Subsidizing in the Function of Economic and Social Development of Villages in Serbia Downloads
Bozo Draskovic, Zoran Rajkovic and Dusko Bodroza
Ch 25 Corporate Social Responsibility as a Tool for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth Downloads
Bojana Radovanovic, Filip Brkovic and Slavica Stevanovic

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